The Digital Green Book and Map

The Green Book and the interactive map below was prepared to help those who find themselves homeless or in immediate need of some sort of assistance. It does not contain all the services which may be available to assist you or guarantee services are still available. Our sincere hope is that it will connect you with someone who can be of assistance.

Interactive Service Provider Map

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Disclaimer: The Lee County Homeless Coalition Inc. provides no warranties of any kind, express or implied, regarding the resources listed in this Guide. The information in this Guide is provided on an “AS IS” basis.

The Lee County Homeless Service Guide

The Lee County Homeless Service Guide is a way for individuals to access providers within the Lee County Continuum of Care. If you are in need of help, click on the image below for help.

Get Help!

CENTERSTONE CARELINE

If you are stressed, confused or feeling anxiety and need to speak to someone, the team at Centerstone is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at 941-782-4300.

 

UNITED WAY 211 HELPLINE

You can dial 211 on your phone to reach United Way staff and receive information and referrals to human and social service agencies within Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee Counties.

Clients can call and receive information and referrals appropriate to their needs.

 

COORDINATED ENTRY

If you are living outside, in a car, or in an emergency shelter, we invite you to complete a “Coordinated Assessment” to help you find a housing solution by connecting you to available resources.

You can speak to staff and complete an assessment 24 hours a day and 7 days a week by calling 239- 533-7996.

You will be asked several questions to determine your housing needs.

The assessment takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.

The completion of an assessment does not guarantee housing.

You should continue to seek other resources to resolve your housing crisis.